About last night …

Your Montreal Canadiens had five shots in the first period.
They had another five in the second.
While this offensive ineptitude was unfolding, the home team didn’t fare any better.
In a 16-minute, 37-second span over the first and second periods, the L.A. Kings had NOT A SINGLE SHOT on Peter Budaj.
Scintillating hockey.

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Habs’ Budaj will get fourth straight start against Kings

Carey Price, who has missed the last three games as a result of a lower-body injury suffered during the Sochi Olympics, didn't take part in the Canadiens' morning

Habs hit the road on a hot streak; Drewiske clears waivers

After taking five of a possible six points last week with Carey Price on the sidelines, the Canadiens had a travel day Sunday, heading to the West Coast


About last night …

It had the potential to be a classic. Six days after Team Canada won Olympic gold in Sochi, the country's preeminent hockey teams met at the Bell Centre Saturday

No changes expected to Habs lineup against Leafs

The Canadiens are expected to use the same lineup that beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-5 in a shootout Thursday when the Toronto Maple Leafs visit the Bell Centre Saturday


About last night …

Dominated at the Bell Centre by a team fighting for a wild-card playoff spot, lucky to salvage a point, your Montreal Canadiens took to the ice 24 hours

No morning skate before Habs face Penguins; White out with flu

The Canadiens flew to Pittsburgh after Wednesday night's 2-1 overtime loss to the Detroit Red Wings at the Bell Centre and will face Sidney Crosby and the Penguins


About last night …

This just in from the Hockey Inside/Out Decision Desk: After long deliberations fuelled by tequila shooters and takeout sandwiches from Schwartz's, we have decided to award your Montreal Canadiens

Habs salvage point in sluggish post-Olympic return (Video)

(Photo: The Canadian Press/Ryan Remiorz) The Bell Centre finally came to life in the last minute of the third period when Brian Gionta scored the tying goal against the Detroit

Price leaves Habs’ morning skate early; will miss at least two games

Carey Price was back on the ice with his Canadiens teammates for the first time since the Olympics at Wednesday's morning skate in Brossard. But the goaltender left shortly